Crave: Thirsting for what matters most

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Picture yourself walking around Hamilton Town Center’s outdoor shopping mall for some window shopping and people watching. It’s a beautiful spring day and it’s good to get outside. Suddenly, you catch a whiff of cinnamon. And sugar. And butter. Where a moment ago you weren’t in the least bit hungry, you now crave to be…

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Grace Under Pressure

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You’re dead to me  When I was in college, our Christian student group invited a Jewish follower of Jesus, to come share his story. A Jewish student named Shelly came that day and asked Jesus to be her Messiah—in Hebrew, Yeshua ha Meshiach, Jesus the Messiah.  Shelly was thrilled to connect personally with the Messiah…

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Blessed are the Pure in Heart

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Full renovation invitation Between college and grad school I worked for a high-end builder, and one of our repeat customers was Rosalie Feldman. Rosalie’s husband had his own plumbing company. And somehow, somewhere along the line, he got the opportunity to bid on doing the plumbing for—ready for this?—a missile silo! He won the contract,…

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Blessed Are The Peacemakers

We were made for, and long for, peace I am praying peace for you and your family these days as we are in the midst of a series on 8 keys to a happier life, a blessed life, each of the eight keys straight from Jesus. The one we come to this week is all…

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The Breakthrough Power of Gentleness

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 Meekness in the Marketplace Imagine that the CEO or President of the company you work for is putting together a description of the next leader they’re looking for to head the company. Could be Hamilton Southeastern schools. Forum Credit Union. Roche or Eli Lilly. Anthem. Salesforce.  Here’s the question: What are the odds the…

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